percentage of people who still use the n word if they feel comfortable. and they think you're one of them. this exists. but i don't think it's exclusive to the south. that's a stereotype we enjoy. chris: trish, living up in new york, in that world you live in, very high level world up there, high buildings up there. i looked at the sum numbers that show there is absolutely nothing of this up there in terms was he abroad abroad, nobody believes that. >> he's still very popular up there. i think people, in some areas of the country, really the honeymoon has essentially worn off. and a lot of that comes back to the fundamentals of this economy. as they look around and they're dealing with the 9.4% unemployment rate. as they're out of work or maybe they're worried about losing their job. all of a sudden they're giving more substance, more credence to the momentum that's building online and these bloggers that are coming out of the woodwork. so there's some resentment there like with people wondering, well, why aren't things better yet? i want things to be better now. and they're blaming him. chris: let's get to what's happening right now with this health care bill, the economy.